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The Great Emu War Casualties

Over the past few years, The Great Emu War Casualties have embedded themselves in the Australian indie scene with their idiosyncratic style of lucid indie/ art-rock/ alt-pop that’s layered with perceptive and canny lyricism. 

Since debuting in 2018, the Melbourne/ Naarm-based outfit have being growing a massive back-catalogue consisting of 3 EP’s and a ton of singles. 

In that time, the band have seen support from the likes of Triple J (Roots N All), Tone Deaf, Life Without Andy, theMusic, AAA Backstage, Forte Mag, Scenestr, The Soundcheck Review, Australian Musician, 3RRR, Radio Adelaide, 4ZZZ and more. Members are  joe ‘boohoo’ jackson, saskia ‘unicorn head’ clapton, bibek ‘bbek’ tamang 

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